The Biggest Decision You'll Make This Week ... Which Girl Scout Cookies To Buy
It's that time of the year again when we open our doors, wallets, pocketbooks, and weeks later, our mouths for delicious Girl Scout Cookies.
But what will you order?
According to a recent survey, 27 percent of adults chose Thin Mints as the most popular type of Girl Scout cookies.
Coming in second place are Samoas, and third place belongs to Tagalongs and Trefoils (which are essentially Tagalongs without the chocolate and peanut butter).
An interesting turn to the survey said that 9 percent of people actually said that they don't like any type of Girl Scout cookie, while another 5 percent said in the survey they've never even tried Girl Scout cookies before.
Not to worry, if you are one of those 9 percent who doesn’t like cookies, you can always donate right to "Operation Thin Mint," a program where Girl Scouts send cookies overseas to our troops.
Profit from the cookies help Girl Scouts attend fun camps, explore the outdoors and one troop is even letting Scouts design their own pair of shoes.